Process Management Principles for Increasing the Energy Efficiency

than previous efforts notably the spring 2010 data

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Unformatted text preview: Notably, the Spring, 2010 data shown Figure 5-8 does not include the results of some projects which were in process by the time the Spring Lean Olympics season concluded. For example, it does not include the results of the wave solder machine Tier Two DMAIC process described in Section 5.1.5 and other projects that resulted from the Tier One DMAIC process. A full, but abbreviated, listing of all energy projects completed, pending, and recommended in CCA between February 1st, 2010 and August 15th, 2010 can be found in Appendix C. If these projects are included in an analysis of the effect of the DMAIC process, the total annual savings that can be directly attributed to using the process is about $56,830, or 10.3% of the expected total CCA process electricity use as of January, 2010. 5.1.7 Management Implications Beyond the positive impact on results from using the DMAIC process to reduce electricity usage, there are three compelling management features for using DMAIC for this problem. There was also one unexpec...
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